Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by BuffLuKe, Apr 3, 2012.
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I've said before that I like the baseball rule.
Go straight to the pros out of high school or, if they choose college, stay for 3 years or until 21-years old.
I concur, I hear agents are a big part of why it isnt happening. Hopefully, it will.
How is Kentucky skirting the APR requirements. You can 't convince me that these kids are going to class the 2nd semester.
Great question. And doesn't the APR factor in players who complete degree requirements? I'd love to see how many one-and-dones actually have diplomas.
If a kid leaves for the pros it doesn't affect APR, at least in football it doesn't.
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Yep. A total joke. However, doesn't a kid have to be on track to graduate? I mean, full time for a year is 18 credit hours. I can't believe these guys take 18 credit hours.
Completely agree with the baseball rule coming to basketball. Would help the NCAA too as they'd have more recognizable players returning every year, rather than the casual fan not knowing any of the best players until February.
Three 1000 level classes a semester? That's easy enough even SEC kids could do it.
Yeah. Even a LB from LSU.
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